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6 definitions by John of the Antipodes

 
1.
Noun; a contraction of the phrase 'green fringe', often coupled with the word 'lunatic', as in ‘the lunatic gringe’. Denotes the social demograph wherein can be found those poor souls who sacrifice all else for the sake of environmental ideals, and attempt to convert all and sundry to their own personal cause.
He was part of the lunatic gringe, and had sworn never to eat lettuce unless he was sure it had been humanely killed.
by John of the Antipodes July 07, 2011
 
2.
A colloquial slang term taught to Australian children by their parents, especially in New South Wales. It refers to the female human genitalia in the same way as 'willy' refers to the male parts. It is often shortened to 'wiki', which is why many Australians thought Wikipedia was a humerous name when it first appeared.
Child to mother: 'Tommy wanted to see my wiki-wocka today at school, but I wouldn't show him'.
Mother to child: 'You're a very good girl'.

Sorry to be a bit dull with this definition, but it's a touchy subject for some, and I don't wish to offend.
by John of the Antipodes July 18, 2011
 
3.
A contraction of 'kid' and 'ignore', denoting a city parent, who, despite warning signs in a rural garden centre or pet shop, goes by their own unwritten rule that "we're in the country now - the rules don't apply here", yet becomes insensed when their offspring scream loudly after having been bitten by a rat/ferret/bird/mouse etc, because a) the parent failed to observe their evil progeny, and b) the parent failed to observe the warning signs telling them that birds and animals bite, that children are frequently stupid, and that most children ignore warning signs, just like their parents.
As the child yelped, the rat recoiled and blood spurted from the youngster's finger. The young boy's parent was a kidnorer, who immmediately threatened legal action, even though the warning signs on the cage had been apparently unseen by both he and his offspring.
by John of the Antipodes July 07, 2011
 
4.
Farmer who complains when it's too wet/too dry/too cold/too hot and that prices are too high/too low, and the gravel in their driveway is too sharp for their dainty little feet unless they wear their very expensive boots.
The old farminger told me that the season had been too wet, but that the rain wasn't enough for a good crop.
by John of the Antipodes July 07, 2011
 
5.
Noun; a corruption of the contraction of 'smoker' and 'whinger', denoting one who has quit the habit and continually tells smokers how bad it is for them, just in case they've never read a paper, a health-warning, spoken to their GP, or watched the cancer ads on TV.
He was an exminger to the core, could suggest a thousand more preferable ways to die than by the inhalation of tobacco smoke, such as being trampled to death by vestal virgins with loose skirts and no underwear,
by John of the Antipodes July 07, 2011
 
6.
A colloquial slang term taught to children in Australia and other English-speaking countries by their parents. It refers to the male human genitalia in the same way as 'wiki-wocka' refers to the female parts in Australia (notably New South Wales).
Child to mother: 'Jenny wanted to see my willy today at school, but I wouldn't show her'.

Mother to child: 'You're a very good boy'.

Sorry to be a bit dull with this definition, but it's a touchy subject for some, and I don't wish to offend.

by John of the Antipodes on Jul 18, 2011
by John of the Antipodes July 18, 2011